Togokusan Fruits Park
A place of nature and history, Mt. Togoku (198 m) is the tallest mountain in the city, and is surrounded by 70 kofun sites. Togokusan Fruits Park is a multipurpose agricultural park at the base of the mountain that uses the rich natural surroundings. In the park there is an orchard where around 900 trees of 17 species of fruit grow, including peaches, Asian pears, and apples. There is a greenhouse where you can see papaya, jackfruit, and other rare tropical fruits, and a fruithouse where you can see exhibits of various sample fruits. Besides these, the park also has a fishing corner, Japanese-style garden, all-season flower garden, a restaurant, and shops. The park is a famous place for weeping cherry blossom trees in the spring.
2110 Aza Togoku, Oaza Kamishidami, Moriyama-ku, Nagoya
|Regular Holiday||Mondays (or the following weekday if a public or substitute holiday falls on a Monday) / December 29 - January 3|